In 50/50 or Heads Up contests, you should aim to construct a lineup that has a higher floor, rather than one with a higher ceiling. If you're in a 50/50 contest, the top half of all entries finishes in the money, meaning you don't have to pick a high-ceiling lineup that shoots for the moon. The following lineups are built with the players I need
, regardless of their price tag, and include my rationale for selecting each player.
Philip Rivers, SD, $8000
– The safest play this weekend is probably Peyton Manning, but with a price sticker of $11,500 I don’t see a ton of value. With Rivers, I can see him having to throw for close to 300 yards or more with the possibility of garbage time production. Keenan Allen looks the part of a number one wide receiver, and Danny Woodhead has been an effective pass-catching option out of the backfield. While I realize what happened during their first matchup in Denver, Ryan Mathews isn’t 100 percent and Manning You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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